Rolex GMT-Master 16750 "No Date" with Cream Dial & Hands on Jubilee Bracelet
The Rolex GMT-Master 16750 is a fantastic reference that served as a bridge between the plexy crystal and the sapphire crystal era of Rolex. Though still fitted with the plexy the ref. 16750 incorporated a quick-set capable automatic movement. The reference is not seen often as it was manufactured for a limited time - estimated between 1981 to 1988. Ours featured hails from 1984 and is fitted with a charming dial that has seen its markers turn into a "creamy" hue.
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Rolex GMT-Master II 116710BLNR "Batman" on Oyster Bracelet
The fanfare created by the GMT Blue Black also known as the Batman upon its release was amazing, and with reason as the watch is absolutely beautiful. Its steel case make for a watch that can be worn without care, while its blue black ceramic bezel add a look foreign from its past GMT contemporaries. Few modern Rolex watches are poised to become instant classics and it is safe to say the Batman GMT has secured a spot in that prestigious group.
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Model: GMT-Master II
Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Gilt & Chapter Ring Dial
The fragility of the 6542 led to the development of Rolex’s finest creation the 1675. Particularly those manufactured throughout the early 1960’s, due to their unique specifications. This 1675 belongs to the early strand of post 6542 GMT’s. Some telling signs are its chapter ring and gilt dial, as well as its Cornino crown guards.
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Rolex GMT-Master II 16713 Rootbeer with Tiger Eyes Dial on Steel & Gold Case
Incredibly attractive Rolex GMT-Master II 16713 "Rootbeer" bearing a S-serial from 1993. Powered by an automatic movement and put together by an oyster bracelet. The feeling you get from looking at this dial is unparalleled.
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Model: GMT-Master II
Rolex GMT-Master 1675 "Rootbeer Nipple Dial" in Steel & Gold on Jubilee Bracelet
This reference 1675 fitted with a nipple dial is the most beautiful. Time and time again we are convinced the GMT is a complete work of art. It's a watch that is filled with history and is there to accompany you as you travel. Pictured here is a 1675 manufactured in 1978 and fitted with an outstanding burgundy nipple dial that is simply a delight to stare at under the sun. Furthermore this watch is fitted with a jubilee bracelet.
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 "Pepsi" with Gilt Mirror Dial on Oyster Bracelet
What can be cooler than a GMT 1675 with gilt dial? Honestly handling and wearing these watches make for the most fun experiences within vintage Rolex. Our GMT here is from 1967 and is fitted with a beautiful gilt "mirror" dial, that is simply spectacular to look at under the sun.
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Long-E Cream Dial with Box & Papers
Nothing beats the feeling of a full set vintage Rolex GMT-Master. Aside from the fact that it's an already spectacular watch with an appealing dial the fact that it comes with its box and papers makes it all the more special. This one here hails from 1972 and is put together by an oyster bracelet.
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 "Pepsi" Bezel with Tropical Brown Long-E MKI Dial On Jubilee Bracelet
The Rolex GMT-Master 1675 is probably the perfect vintage Rolex. Featured here is a Long E GMT fitted with a MKI dial with a dark brown hue. Manufactured in 1968 and powered by an automatic movement is put together by a steel jubilee bracelet.
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 "Concord" in Yellow Gold
The Rolex GMT 1675 with "Concord" hands is a fascinating watch only produced from a span of 2 years or those positioned between the 1.7 - 2.0 million serial range. These GMT's were fitted with long and flat hands, which differed from the common seen Mercedes hands. The GMT pictured was manufactured in 1968 and is fitted with a beautiful looking brown dial and "Concord" hands.
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Rolex GMT-Master II 16710 in Steel with Coke Bezel
The Rolex GMT-Master was the first Rolex with dual time and debuted in 1955. This model was developed especially for pilots so they could keep track of home time while traveling. The 16710 was manufactured in 1991 and is in top condition.
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Model: GMT-Master II
Rolex GMT-Master 16753 in Two-Tone Case on Jubilee Bracelet with Box & Papers
The GMT-Master 16753 in two tone case is a watch that can hold its own in a formal and informal setting. The usability of the GMT remains unparalleled and here's an 16753 manufactured in 1986 fitted with a jubilee bracelet and accompanied by its original box & paperwork.
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Rolex GMT-Master II 16710 "John Bull" with Pepsi Insert
Rolex GMT-Master II 16710 fitted with a "Pepsi" or blue and red bezel and powered by an automatic movement. This watch was manufactured in 1999 and belongs to the Rolex A series. The cool detail about this watch is its so-called "John Bull" bark finishing style. John Bull is a jeweler in the Bahamas who became famous for the bark finishing he gave certain Rolex watches.
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Model: GMT-Master II
Rolex GMT-Master 1675 with Gilt Dial & Pointed Crown Guard Case
Nothing beats a gilt GMT with pointed crown guards. There is a magic-like feeling to these kinds of watches. Something about them just makes them perfect. They are packed with history, wear beautifully, and can be worn on the daily. Ours here is from 1964 and it's marvelously well kept.
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Long E with American Made Bracelet
Our appreciation for the GMT increases every time we find examples like this Long E. The faded bezel giving it a distinguished look while the almost pumpkin like matte dial is a delight to look at. Last but not least the bracelet affixed to this watch is an elusive American made Jubilee. The Long E pertains to the elongated "E" in Rolex.
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Model: GMT Master
Rolex GMT-Master 6542 with Tropical Dial & Jubilee Rolex Bracelet
The Rolex GMT-Master is a watch that never ceases to amaze. Our appreciation for the model grows every time we find an example such as this one. Here we have a GMT 6542 with an incredible tropical dial. The historical background of the reference 6542 is fascinating as it's a watch that grew from a project into one of the worlds most recognized watches.
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Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Ultra Tropical Gilt & Chapter Ring Dial
We have some very interesting GMT’s but this one is by far our most unique and special example. What we have here is an ultra brown - chapter ring - exclamation mark - cornino crown guard Rolex GMT-Master 1675 from 1961. Words cannot describe accurately what this watch looks like in person and on the wrist. Our passion and love for early 1675’s is reassured with this watch.
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Model: GMT Master
Rolex GMT-Master 6542 with Bakelite Bezel
Here we have the watch that gave rise to an icon. The GMT Master 6542 with its original Bakelite bezel is the end product of one of the most famous corporate collaborations, the Pan Am and Rolex project. This venture sought to create a reliable watch for airline pilots embarking on their first transcontinental flights. The first iteration of the model was the Bakelite GMT, which for a while proved fruitful but the bezel kept cracking due to its fragile composite. Eventually Rolex rolled out its finest creation, the 1675.
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Rolex GMT Master 1675 Gilt & Chapter Ring Mirror Dial
Rolex GMT Master’s from the early 1960’s are works of art, probably the most beautiful watches Rolex ever made. Here we have a mint condition Pepsi GMT. The gilt dial features the coveted chapter ring, which is a ring that connects the minute marks located on the outer dial. The crown is flanked by Cornino guards, which are only found in 60’s GMT’s. The oyster rivet bracelet is also in great conditions.
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